- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... I was looking at some nice windbreaker type jackets and I was shocked when I looked at the price tag, a $920 waterproof windbreaker. Yes, $920 for a glorified poncho. I dropped that jacket like it was lava and pretty much stayed away from touching anything else in the store until we left. Next all the sore Bryan was into was walking around the town at a reduced pace to look at some shops. I was fine with that, usually I like to browse around a town. We walked all the way ...
... towards the warmer climate. After speaking with Peter, Bo's brother, we decided to head in the direction of Italy and visit Cinque Terre and travel to the 5 fishing villages along the coast. So we set the sat nav for a village just over the Swiss border into Italy called Cannobio. We headed out of Interlaken, the rain had cleared but the cloud was still low. Firstly, to get to the motorway south, we had to get over the hill. And what a climb. We ...
We woke up to a clear blue sky. Since the next couple of days are supposed to be cloudy with a chance of rain, we decided to head up the mountain to take advantage of the gorgeous weather.
I'll let the pictures speak for themselves (we took a lot of them). After breakfast, we headed via train from Wilderswil to Lauterbrunnen, which is the town in the valley that separates the Jungfrau from the Schilthorn peaks. We didn't mingle ...
... for Grindelwald arrives and I got the seat right behind the driver. As its all glass, one can see right down the track ahead and only then does one realize just how steep some of these gradients really are. The line simply just disappears over the side of the mountain at some points.
Back at Grindelwald and its time to pack all my camera gear back into the small space I have on my bike. A quick ride around Grindelwald itself and then off back down the road in search of ...
... guy who came up from Adelboden who says the sign is accurate when it says 3 hours. Of course, we listened to the Swiss guy last night who told us this trail was easy. When it comes to hiking, do NOT trust the Swiss. We start down a fairly steep trail and can see Adelboden far in the valley below. The trail is steep with loose rocks in spots and not so bad in others. The terrain and surrounding mountains are different than what we have hiked through. ...